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Friday, November 1, 2013

Music From The Show

  • “Still Life” by The Horrors
  • “Here Comes the Rain” by The Eurythmics
  • “Eighthundred Streets” by Feet
  • “America” by Laur Veirs
  • “Peace Beneath the City” by Iron and Wine
  • “My Affection” by Danny Malone
  • “Debris” by Blue October
  • “Blues for Yna Yna” by Les McCann
  • “Layla” by Derek and the Dominoes
  • “Universal Traveler” by Air
  • “400 Lux” by Lorde
  • “Your Own Sweet Way” by Notting Hillbillies
  • “Elevate” by St. Lucia
  • “Are You There Margaret” by Baldwin Brothers
  • “Dugout” by Garage a Trois
  • “Inside” by Moby
  • “Fall of 82” by Shins
  • “Stranger to Himself” by Traffic
  • “Commander” by Steve Jablonsky (off the Ender’s Game soundtrack)

There were also various songs by Trio Ellas in the segment Trio Ellas: Mariachi Meets The Andrews Sisters


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